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Daily Archives: January 14, 2013
Well, it’s no Dine In Brooklyn, but at least one local restaurant will be celebrating NYC Restaurant Week. From now until February 8 (and, not to be presumptuous, but does the NYC team know how long a week is? is this like a “New York minute” deal?) Benchmark Restaurant will be offering special 3-course prix fixe lunch
Get a head start on some environmentally-conscious spring cleaning! This Sunday, January 20, the Lower East Side Ecology Center is bringing its 10th Annual “After the Holidays” E-waste Event to Prospect Park to help you responsibly dispose of all of your unwanted or broken gadgets. All of the collected materials are transported by WeRecycle! to their
Did everyone watch the Golden Globes last night? I was as nervous for Tina Fey and Amy Poehler as if they were my very best friends (which I’m totally open to, if they’re reading) but they killed it, 100%. Now I just need to watch every single movie nominated for every category before the Oscars.
Mallory Hagan, tap-dancing phenom and newly-crowned Miss America, is being claimed by boundless proud New Yorkers. And even though it looks like she’s technically living in Windsor Terrace, we’re psyched to have her around the neighborhood. Mallory, a student at FIT, has worked up the competition ranks since named Miss Brooklyn in 2010. She won over
Governor Cuomo declared a public health emergency late on Saturday in response to what he’s called “the worst flu season since at least 2009.” Though the words “public health emergency” are likely to inspire some panic, there are plenty of preventative measures you can take to stay healthy. First on the Center of Disease Control’s “Take 3″ Actions
Park Slope father Todd Schweikert was faced with a dilemma. He knew that he wanted his son to have the same long-lasting and fulfilling experiences that he had growing up as a Boy Scout, but he also knew that he couldn’t support an organization built on discrimination. So, he did what a true pioneer would